From The International Reading AssociationChildren’s Literature and Reading SIG               Notable Books for a         ...
Online handouts with “hot” links:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FUv1-AVd6zqra3UE4 Good Books Too Good to Miss: https:...
http://www.clrsig.org/nbgs.php
Drawing from the                              selection of quality                              global literature chosen  ...
What is your school district doing to              promote 21st Century Learning Theme:    Global Awareness?
~ Preparing students to be globalcitizens is foremost among teacherseducational goals and is central to theteaching of soc...
Why use global literature? …. cont.~ Such literature allows teachers toselect content about cultures andprovide rich oppor...
Definition of “global” books“Multicultural” was too limitingWanted something more inclusiveAdvocate for:  Different cu...
Criteria for selection  Part I :Meet one or more criteria from this section• Portray cultural accuracy and authenticity of...
• Honor and celebrate diversity as well ascommon bonds in humanity;• Provide in-depth treatment of cultural issues;• Inclu...
Part IIMeet all criteria from this section• Invite reflection, critical analysis, and response• Demonstrate unique languag...
Picture BooksNBGS BOOK AWARD
While You are sleepiing                               Durga                               Bernhard    Charlesbridge Publis...
Yu Li-Qiong was born inAnqing in the People’sRepublic of China in1980.She holds a BA inliterature from NanjingUniversity a...
NY Times Best Illustrated Book                                     Of 2011More than 100 million workers in China are migra...
Maxine                                                      Trottier10 Best Illustrated Childrens Books of 2011,New York T...
A detailedauthors notespeaks to thewisdom of parentsand teachers,helping them tofurther teachyoung learnersabout the right...
Susan                                                                 Roth                                                ...
Earth Day Idea   Dr. Gordon Sato                  Lee and Low
Written byMargaret H. MasonIllustrated byFloyd Cooper Houghton Mifflin
George Ella LyonCinco Puntos Press
“Come all you good workers /Good news to you I’ll tell / ofhow the good ol’ union / hascome here to dwell.”
Poetry NBGS BOOKS
“writing a poemis making musicwith words andspace”-Arnold Adoff     Clarion
Slave Trade     (taken from page 10)Chainedin rags in blood in dark death of daylight.To survive the passage across the oc...
Anna Grossnickle    Hines  Henry Holt
PaddlesEtch ripples asAwakening birdsongCreates sereneEchoes
Candlewick
“The inspectorsSS Lieutenant Theodor Lang       were in our town for a                                 short time,“Because...
Fiction  NBGS BOOKS
Atinuke“Oluwalase Babatunde Benson”     Kane/Miller Books
Lee and Low
Kimberly Brubaker      BradleyDial Press
Debby Dahl EdwardsonMarshall Cavendish
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmOPDDSM7PE
http://skypeanauthor.wetpaint.com/page/Debby+Dahl+Edwardson
Ruta           SepetysPhilomel
http://www.betweenshadesofgray.com/
Thanhha LaiHarperCollins
Michael WilliamsLittle Brown
ttp://www.homelessworldcup.org/
http://www.annakerz.com/    Orca Books
Michaela MacCollChronicle Books
Beryl Markham
Biography    NBGS
By Carmen T.  Bernier-GrandMarshall Cavendish
Allen Say  Sibert Honor bookScholastic
Non-fiction     NBGS
Marjorie Gann                  Marjorie GannTUNDRA BOOKS   Janet Willen               Janet Willen
http://www.fivethousandyearsofslavery.com/
Rafal GerszakAnnickPress
Balzer + Bray   Kadir Nelson
Schwartz and Wade
Larry Dane Brimner            Sibert Honor MedalCalkins Creek
Good Books Too Good to Miss 2011… see “Hot” Links from slide 2
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
Notable Books for a Global Society 2012
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Notable Books for a Global Society 2012

  1. 1. From The International Reading AssociationChildren’s Literature and Reading SIG Notable Books for a Global Society 2012 Karen Hildebrandhttp://clrsig.org/nbgs.php
  2. 2. Online handouts with “hot” links:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FUv1-AVd6zqra3UE4 Good Books Too Good to Miss: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hS8zGaNB6ZEbyRx
  3. 3. http://www.clrsig.org/nbgs.php
  4. 4. Drawing from the selection of quality global literature chosen for the Notable Books for a Global Society booklists, this book: ~explores key themes in global literature ~offers ideas, activities, and strategies for your K-12 English languageBooklists can be downloaded arts classroomsfrom the IRA website.
  5. 5. What is your school district doing to promote 21st Century Learning Theme: Global Awareness?
  6. 6. ~ Preparing students to be globalcitizens is foremost among teacherseducational goals and is central to theteaching of social studies.~ High quality trade books withmulticultural and international themescan promote cultural and globalawareness, which in turnadvocates for peace and social justice.
  7. 7. Why use global literature? …. cont.~ Such literature allows teachers toselect content about cultures andprovide rich opportunities for studentsto analyze literature from multipleperspectives.~ Teaching through multicultural andinternational literature in the classroomcan bridge cultural gaps.
  8. 8. Definition of “global” books“Multicultural” was too limitingWanted something more inclusiveAdvocate for: Different cultures Ethnic groups Religious beliefs Lifestyles Backgrounds Gender
  9. 9. Criteria for selection Part I :Meet one or more criteria from this section• Portray cultural accuracy and authenticity ofcharacters in terms of:(a) physical characteristics(b) intellectual abilities and problem solving capabilities(c) leadership and cooperative dimensions(d) social and economic status• Be rich in cultural details
  10. 10. • Honor and celebrate diversity as well ascommon bonds in humanity;• Provide in-depth treatment of cultural issues;• Include characters within a cultural group or betweentwo or more cultural groups who interact substantivelyand authentically;• Include members of a “minority” group for a purposeother than filling a “quota.”
  11. 11. Part IIMeet all criteria from this section• Invite reflection, critical analysis, and response• Demonstrate unique language or style• Meet generally-accepted criteria of quality for the genre in which they are written• Have an appealing format and be of enduring quality
  12. 12. Picture BooksNBGS BOOK AWARD
  13. 13. While You are sleepiing Durga Bernhard Charlesbridge Publishing
  14. 14. Yu Li-Qiong was born inAnqing in the People’sRepublic of China in1980.She holds a BA inliterature from NanjingUniversity and an MA indramatic art. Yu LiQiong lives in China.Candlewick
  15. 15. NY Times Best Illustrated Book Of 2011More than 100 million workers in China are migrantsand return home only for the Chinese New Year.
  16. 16. Maxine Trottier10 Best Illustrated Childrens Books of 2011,New York Times Book Review Groundwood Books
  17. 17. A detailedauthors notespeaks to thewisdom of parentsand teachers,helping them tofurther teachyoung learnersabout the rights ofmigrant workersto decent workingand livingconditions. Separating thiswork from otherchildrens booksabout migrationand work is thefocus on MexicosMennonitecommunity andthe issues faced.
  18. 18. Susan Roth & Cindy Trumbore Lee and Low PublisherA portion of the proceeds from the book benefits the Manzanar Project.
  19. 19. Earth Day Idea Dr. Gordon Sato Lee and Low
  20. 20. Written byMargaret H. MasonIllustrated byFloyd Cooper Houghton Mifflin
  21. 21. George Ella LyonCinco Puntos Press
  22. 22. “Come all you good workers /Good news to you I’ll tell / ofhow the good ol’ union / hascome here to dwell.”
  23. 23. Poetry NBGS BOOKS
  24. 24. “writing a poemis making musicwith words andspace”-Arnold Adoff Clarion
  25. 25. Slave Trade (taken from page 10)Chainedin rags in blood in dark death of daylight.To survive the passage across the ocean fromlife to living hell to life in hell means silent singing of old s o n g s.Behind the eyesthe fingers strumhomeland strings and memory of my history remains as strong as steel.Always: this melody of words is journey home.
  26. 26. Anna Grossnickle Hines Henry Holt
  27. 27. PaddlesEtch ripples asAwakening birdsongCreates sereneEchoes
  28. 28. Candlewick
  29. 29. “The inspectorsSS Lieutenant Theodor Lang were in our town for a short time,“Because of the meddlesome only long enough to seeking of Denmark what we wanted them towe were forced see.to allow No more.Red Cross inspectors to visit They saw enoughour town. to know that we wereWe had months to prepare treating the Jewsour show, a charade in a civilized and humaneto show them that there was no manner.truth We waited a few monthsto the pesky rumors about how to resume the transports.we treated our Jews.” The town was getting crowded and the ovens of Auschwitz waited.”
  30. 30. Fiction NBGS BOOKS
  31. 31. Atinuke“Oluwalase Babatunde Benson” Kane/Miller Books
  32. 32. Lee and Low
  33. 33. Kimberly Brubaker BradleyDial Press
  34. 34. Debby Dahl EdwardsonMarshall Cavendish
  35. 35. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmOPDDSM7PE
  36. 36. http://skypeanauthor.wetpaint.com/page/Debby+Dahl+Edwardson
  37. 37. Ruta SepetysPhilomel
  38. 38. http://www.betweenshadesofgray.com/
  39. 39. Thanhha LaiHarperCollins
  40. 40. Michael WilliamsLittle Brown
  41. 41. ttp://www.homelessworldcup.org/
  42. 42. http://www.annakerz.com/ Orca Books
  43. 43. Michaela MacCollChronicle Books
  44. 44. Beryl Markham
  45. 45. Biography NBGS
  46. 46. By Carmen T. Bernier-GrandMarshall Cavendish
  47. 47. Allen Say Sibert Honor bookScholastic
  48. 48. Non-fiction NBGS
  49. 49. Marjorie Gann Marjorie GannTUNDRA BOOKS Janet Willen Janet Willen
  50. 50. http://www.fivethousandyearsofslavery.com/
  51. 51. Rafal GerszakAnnickPress
  52. 52. Balzer + Bray Kadir Nelson
  53. 53. Schwartz and Wade
  54. 54. Larry Dane Brimner Sibert Honor MedalCalkins Creek
  55. 55. Good Books Too Good to Miss 2011… see “Hot” Links from slide 2

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